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African tax officials have attended a four-day workshop organized by the African Minerals Development Centre to improve their understanding of transfer pricing issues facing the mineral sector. Read Full Story
On March 23, India published a notice ratifying the double tax Protocol signed with Singapore, which entered into force on February 27. Read Full Story
Saudi Arabia is hoping to lure Japanese firms to invest in the country with tax breaks to be offered in new free trade zones. Read Full Story
An "unfunded" company tax cut will not solve Australia's low rates of business investment, according to a new study by the Grattan Institute, a think tank. Read Full Story
The UK Government should reform the business rates (commercial property tax) system in the upcoming Budget to support long-term business investment, the British Chambers of Commerce has said. Read Full Story
The two leading contenders in the 2017 Hong Kong Chief Executive election scheduled for March 26 have both proposed tax policies favoring the city's small- and medium-sized enterprises. Read Full Story
The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland fully supports the Government's decision to appeal the European Commission's decision in the Apple state aid case, its Chief Executive, Mark Redmond, has said. Read Full Story
During a February 3 speech to a Georgetown Law Conference on tax competition, House of Representatives Ways and Means Chairman Kevin Brady gave details of the corporate tax reform framework he would like to see, including the new border adjustment tax. Read Full Story
Treasurer Scott Morrison has warned that Australia "risks falling behind and becoming uncompetitive" if it does not reduce corporation tax rates. Read Full Story
Uncertainty over the future of the North American Free Trade Agreement will be a drag on Canadian business investment in 2017, according to research by the Canadian Chamber of Commerce. Read Full Story
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